1. Tower Bridge
For a taste of the true architectural beauty of London, Tower Bridge is an excellent location for you on your holiday. The bridge is a combined bascule and suspension bridge which crosses London Bridge.
2. Admiralty Arch
The Arch, originally commissioned by King Edward VII in memory of his mother, was built in 1910 and serves as an stately ceremonial passage from Trafalgar Square to Buckingham Palace. An interesting landmark for London travellers to observe.
3. Big Ben and The Palace of Westminster
Big Ben is the nickname of London’s massive clock situated at the north end of the Palace of Westminster, and has been there since 1858. It is also one of the most well known symbols of the United Kingdom. Overseen by the Palace in which the Houses of Commons and House of Lords are placed, this is certainly worth a visit for all who want to experience a real taste of London. Tip: check also the best hotels in United Kingdom.
4. St. Paul Cathedral
St. Paul’s Cathedral is one of the most recognisable sights of London and was, in fact, one of the tallest buildings in London from 1962 until 1710. Important weddings conducted here included the wedding of Charles, Prince of Wales and Diana Spencer. This is a sight for you to try and visit on your travels to London.
5. Buckingham Palace
The Palace needs no introduction, and if there is a place in London where every traveller would want to go, it has to be Buckingham Palace. If you are on a trip to London, make sure you don’t miss out on this epic palace, which has so much tradition and history associated with it.
6. British Museum
A visit to the British Museum is something no tourist traveling in London should miss out on. The museum has dedicated itself to human history and culture and holds some 8 million works. It is also one of the largest in existence and certainly worth a day’s visit.
7. London Zoo
This famous zoo, opened in 18 46, has seen many additions since its inception and now offers the chance to see all manner of animals, in fact, all 750 of them, from cute penguins to big cats. You and your kids also have the chance to adopt an animal – on paper of course! It is a really fun day out for all the family and really shouldn’t be missed.
8. Trafalgar Square
Trafalgar Square is a very well known London tourist attractions and well worth a visit for you while on your travels. Besides being frequented by its numerous local pigeons, the square is also used for political demonstrations and community celebrations as in New Year’s Eve.
9. Hamleys Toy Store
When it comes to family travellers, kids’ shopping is one thing you won’t be able to ignore. This wonderful store in the middle of Picadilly is packed full of toys and games. Spend time here and your kids will certainly thank you for it!